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Leo in N E Illinois

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Good work. Let them sprout and root out. I see a lot of fun carving in the future. Right now the palm trees and the fact you were in shorts, has given me a case of climate zone envy.

Why the hell have I stayed in Illinois?
 

Carol 83

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Good work. Let them sprout and root out. I see a lot of fun carving in the future. Right now the palm trees and the fact you were in shorts, has given me a case of climate zone envy.

Why the hell have I stayed in Illinois?
Apparently, we're not too bright!
 

AZbonsai

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Wow. Definitely have bougainville envy. You can keep the 85 winter....I like our 50,s right now. Variety the spice of life.
 

sorce

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Amen...I think by the 85th day at 85 I would ....yeah fuck that!

Nice stumps!

Sorce
 

mustt65

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wow good projects! please keep us updated id like to see if these take.
 

SockUnicorn

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wow good projects! please keep us updated id like to see if these take.

Thanks i definitely will! There's a pretty good chance the smaller one will take, it was very lose in the ground and it already seems to be enjoying its new found stability. The large one is anybodies guess, if it gets too cold I might lose it so I'm going to try and get a heating pad just in case winter comes for us in south Florida one day.
 

eb84327

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you ran a chainsaw in shorts. Good way to cut your dick off. Just saying. Thing bounces back cuts your femoral you will die.
 

Leo in N E Illinois

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I have a pair of heavy leather hiking boots, that I bought for hiking, not working in. I did wear them to cut up a tree that dropped. I now have a leak in my boots, right about where my right little toe is. Thank the gods the leather stopped the saw. I still have 10 toes. Protective eyewear is a good idea too. Without getting too crazy about it.

Leaky boots is okay, I still have by toes.
 
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